Bangor Hydro-Electric has announced to employees the first phase of its planned restructuring. The restructuring is part of the Company's efforts to develop a long-term strategy.
Choosing between environmentally responsible business practices and economic viability are no longer mutually exclusive choices according to many experts who will come together at the Business of the Environment Conference at ENVIRO 2002 from April 7 -12 here.
Several former senior executives of Enron have launched a new company that will be involved in solar PV, wind and green energy.
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Power producers in New York want to accelerate the siting process for clean power sources and to avoid a California-style electricity supply crisis.
The committee that handles discretionary spending of the U.S. government has appropriated more money for renewable energy programs than was requested by President George Bush.
Despite the growing popularity of distributed power among utilities and consumers, the technologies still have a number of regulatory and technical barriers, according to a report.
The environmental group Greenpeace took on one of the world's largest oil companies yesterday, for its lack of support for renewable energy projects.